Portland Extracts



The Hipster of Concentrates 
Screen Shot 2015-12-14 at 7.35.23 AMWhen Oregon became the fourth state to legalize recreational cannabis it opened the door for businesses like Portland Extracts to provide customers with top shelf shatter, dabs, and live resin, a type of BHO (Butane Hash Oil). The law also allowed them to provide extraction services to others in the community.

According to their website, “There are no membership or door fees charged to our patients. We strive to offer the highest level of patient services and care by providing a safe, clean and relaxing environment for O.M.M.P. (Oregon Medical Marijuana Patients).”

The dispensary, located east of the Willamette River, on the southeast end of Division Street, is open six days a week from 11am to 7pm. The club prides itself on its competitive prices and a diverse menu of strains, concentrates and edibles.
The Big Buddha Blue Cheese is listed first on their flower menu and retails from $10 a gram to $220 an ounce. The Black Sugar Rose, one of the more popular stains at the club, is rated 4.5 out of 5 stars and costs consumers $30 an eight.
The concentrate menu ranges in price from $19 to $35 a gram. Strains of shatter such as Purple Dream, which is a cross between Grand Daddy Purple and Blue Dream is an indica dominant extract. Catch a whiff of its grape scent and find yourself the highest you’ve been all holiday season.

Southern Oregon Kush is another most popular concentrate from Portland Extracts. It tests at 76.34% THC and a whomping 4.84% CBD, which is phenomenal. One gram of Southern Oregon Kush retails for $29 and can be purchased tax free (along with all other cannabis) until January 4th.

The edible selection consists of a dozen choices (give or take) at any time. From their $7 CBD taffy to the $19 grön confections chocolate bar, there’s something in store for everyone this holiday season.

The next time you’re in Portland, drop on in to the dispensary. You don’t need a prescription because it’s legal, and you don’t need cash (although always accepted) because the use of ATM cards is allowed. We know…amazing, right?

For more information, visit PortlandExtracts.com or call 503-719-4861

Emerald contributor since March 2012


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